SoTL Workshop - "Knowledge Surveys: A Tool for Improving Thinking, Learning, and Assessing."

Monday, February 23, 2009 (Around 5 years ago)

“Knowledge Surveys: A Tool for Improving Thinking, Learning, and Assessing”

Imagine a simple classroom technique that would not only benefit student learning and instructional effectiveness, but could also be used to discover what students are learning in your course. Tuesday, March 17 join faculty colleagues from across the campus to learn how knowledge surveys, which consist of items that cover the full breadth of course objectives, serve many of these needs.

Please visit the Kendall Center website for more information. To register, e-mail Cathy Blaukat (cblaukat@gustavus.edu) with the subject heading “SOTL workshop” by Friday, March 6. This workshop, a part of the John S. Kendall Center for Engaged Learning’s Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SOTL) initiative. For additional questions, please contact the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning liaison, Margaret Bloch Qazi (mqazi@gustavus.edu).

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